Don Browning and Psychology: Interpreting the Horizons of Our Lives
Terry D. Cooper (EdD, PhD) holds doctorates from Vanderbilt University and St. Louis University. The author of eleven books, he is professor of Psychology at St. Louis Community College at Meramec and adjunct professor of Religious Studies at Webster University. Previous works with Mercer University Press include Paul Tillich and Psychology and Reinhold Niebuhr and Psychology. Cooper also co-authored with Don Browning, Religious Thought and the Modern Psychologies (2nd ed.).
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